Front view - vintage Walt Disney Production "Alice in Wonderland" barkcloth (former curtains) for the main pieces and a red tartan plaid (former skirt) for the side pieces and handles.

Front view - vintage (1940) Walt Disney Production "Alice in Wonderland" barkcloth (former curtains) for the main pieces and a red tartan plaid (former skirt) for the side pieces and handles.

Front view - vintage Walt Disney Production "Alice in Wonderland" barkcloth (former curtains) for the main pieces and a red tartan plaid (former skirt) for the side pieces and handles.

I chose View C.

I chose View C.

Back view of tote. You can see the where the barkcloth had been folded over (former curtains) on this side of the bag.

Back view of tote. You can see the where the barkcloth had been folded over (former curtains) on this side of the bag.

Side view of bag. I used the red tartan skirt as the side pieces and incorporated pink piping to tie it all together.

Side view of bag. I used the red tartan skirt as the side pieces and incorporated pink piping to tie it all together.

I used the Alice In Wonderland barkcloth print for the double slip in pockets. I used pink piping as trim along the top of the pockets.

I used the Alice In Wonderland barkcloth print for the double slip in pockets. I used pink piping as trim along the top of the pockets.

Back zip inner pocket. I used the zipper from a tartan skirt my friend gave me for this; when you open it up, the Mad Hatter and the March Hare are waiting with a cup of tea!

Back zip inner pocket. I used the zipper from a tartan skirt my friend gave me for this; when you open it up, the Mad Hatter and the March Hare are waiting with a cup of tea!

Bag bottom. I used a heavy red fabric from my stash for this. I added little "feet" to protect the bottom of the bag.

I used a heavy red fabric from my stash for this. I added little "feet" to protect the bottom of the bag.

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